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Sightseeing and landmarks in Jamaica

Art museums

Art Museum
“The King Of Reggae Music! No trip to Kingston is a trip to Kingston without visiting the Iconic Bob Marley's former home. Not too far from Plattinum heights. We'll be happy to help you arrange transport. Just ask! ”
  • 152 locals recommend

Landmark experiences

History museums

Art Museum
“The King Of Reggae Music! No trip to Kingston is a trip to Kingston without visiting the Iconic Bob Marley's former home. Not too far from Plattinum heights. We'll be happy to help you arrange transport. Just ask! ”
  • 152 locals recommend

History tours

Historic sites

Monument / Landmark
“The Devon House Jamaica which is located. in Kingston, is a house museum and one of Jamaica's leading national monuments, and is symbolic of our cultural diversity. The 11 acre property boast a lush lawn which provides ambience that soothes the mind and soul, and also offers an enviable shopping and dining experience for those wishing to partake. Person visiting this landmark can learn of the fascinationhistory of the site, which was built by Jamaica's first black millionare George Stiebel.”
  • 74 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A very relaxed area for picnicking and bonding. Located within walking distance to restaurants. overlooks the Caribbean sea.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A little history in seeing the 18th century cannons, a water wheel used to power a sugarcane mill and maritime airifacts. Also great to chill out or jogging.”
  • 5 locals recommend

Art and museum tours

Libraries

College Library
“The National Library of Jamaica is Jamaica's premier library for fostering and promoting the nation's knowledge of its history, heritage and information sources. The Library collects and preserves and documents and other media and facilitates access to the nation's cultural heritage. Check out one of their exhibits, book or poetry readings. Or make a deposit of your own Jamaican work for posterity. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
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